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on the ground. General Wise's men were too rest broken and fatigued to follow them. The enemy retired in confusion to Hanover, burnt the Seabrook houses there, and before day crossed back to Klawah, burning the bridge behind them. Major Jenkut doubtless there were more. A prisoner taken on that day says one of the Yankee General lost a leg and his horse. At Hanover the enemy left ammunition, canteens, oil cloths and some provisions. --They had thrown up a redoubt and had several hundnflicting on this point. One report says that the Yankee pickets were at Jenkins's place on Saturday, about a mile from Hanover, while their main body, (stated to be 8,000 strong — an exaggeration, probably,) was still at Hanover — Another report ianover, while their main body, (stated to be 8,000 strong — an exaggeration, probably,) was still at Hanover — Another report is to the effect that they are evacuating John's Island. Their gunboats have been shelling the island for two days